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By grants from the Carnegie Corporation to and through the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, and under the direction of Dr. Paul Monroe, international conferences on examinations were held in England in 1931 and 1935. One of the results was the conclusion that because...
It is generally accepted, though specific data in medical literature are lacking, that gonococcic infections may remain dormant for years, and then, without history of reinfection, all the signs and symptoms of an acute gonorrhea may appear. Fraser and Dye1 recently called attention to...
This book has been conspicuous on the diabetic horizon for the last twenty years. It was conceived during the preinsulin epoch, was developed during the insulin epoch, and now thrives in a period which the author has named the Hagedorn era. Indeed, its revision so soon after publication...
It is rightly said that he who would attempt to foretell the future is either foolhardy or an ignoramus: foolhardy because he lays himself open to future exposure of his fallibility; an ignorant person because it is obvious that he has no knowledge of the past and what has gone before....
To review a volume which has already sold almost 200,000 copies is what the writers of rubber type remarks would call a work of supererogation. In this volume Dr. Heiser has been able to dramatize successfully the great campaign against epidemics of infectious disease in which, as a...
A medical report of work done in an institution is almost impossible material for adequate review, one is so likely to fall into a critical attitude. This would be wholly unfair, since statistics must be thoroughly sifted and evaluated before comment is ventured on them. The hospital has...
The teacher of orthopedic surgery has long felt the need of a textbook that would present the subject in a form which could be read and understood by the student whose background is incomplete and whose future plans probably do not include an attempt to specialize in orthopedic surgery....
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